Galaxy S8 4K Display – Analysts Prediction Says It is Going to Be True


Screen resolution on mobile phones has gradually been improving for many years, which is why it won’t be much of a surprise that by next year many smartphone companies may be tapping the 4K display. With the help of Samsung Galaxy S8 4K Display, we can take advantage of VR devices. With that being said, Research company experts anticipate that Samsung will be doing just that for its flagship smartphone in March 2017.

Samsung Galaxy S8 4K Display

Galaxy S8 will showcase 5.5 high-definition 4K display with a pixel density of 806 ppi for virtual reality devices.

Thinking about numerous factors including the production yield rate for the next-generation screen expected to enhance in the upcoming period. The 5.5-inch AMOLED display will be revealed in the next Galaxy smartphone, presumably, called the Galaxy S8.

Taking a look at Samsung’s history of flagship Galaxy smartphones, the first model featured a 4-inch AMOLED display screen with a resolution of 480×800. The company’s newest smartphone, the Galaxy S7 Edge, now has a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a QHD resolution of 2560×1440.

While the screen resolution has enhanced 9.6 times considering since 2010. If Samsung plans to improve the displays on its 2017 Galaxy phone, it would be by upgrading the resolution.


Galaxy S8 4K Display

Research also shows that adopting 4K resolution displays on mobile phones is a very important for the rising appeal of virtual reality.

Developing much better virtual reality experiences is also one of the significant aspects regarding why Samsung is anticipated to embrace 4K resolution screens for the Galaxy S8.

Samsung Gear

Samsung Galaxy S8 4K Display has already penetrated the VR market with the Gear VR, a device that allows users to experience VR using their Galaxy phones.

Galaxy S8 4K Display

It would be an obvious step forward for the South Korean phone makers to beef up the Galaxy S8 4K Display screen to give users with better VR display.

Google also revealed recently that it now has its Android-based VR platform called Daydream.